Dakota State Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams will open up NSAA Conference Tournament play tonight. The Men will be on the road, taking on Viterbo University. The V-Hawks swept the regular season series. The Women, who are the one seed and have won a school record 18 straight games, will welcome in Presentation to the DSU Fieldhouse. Game time is set for 7pm and the action for the Women can be heard on FM103.
DSU Indoor Track and Field had a fine day on Sunday at the NSAA Indoor Championship Meet. Both teams tallied their most points at the meet since joining in 2015 and both claimed runner-up honors. The Women scored 139 points and claimed six titles. On the Men’s side, the Trojans had a school indoor record of 195 points with nine titles. Traia Hubbard and Alex Derr earned the NSAA Indoor Track & Field most valuable Athlete-of-the-Meet awards at the conclusion of the conference meet. Dakota State will return to Yankton on March 3rd through 6th for the NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships.
Trojan Baseball’s Jace Prybil was named the NSAA Player-of-the-week after his performance this past weekend. In two games, he went 4 for 6 at the plate with 2 home-runs and 4 RBIs versus McPherson. DSU Baseball is back in action this weekend, taking on Briar Cliff.